2029 retirees worth considering for the HOF

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TonyGwynnusaGAME
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2029 retirees worth considering for the HOF

Post by TonyGwynnusaGAME » Tue Jan 16, 2018 10:22 pm

Unless I missed a few players the following 5 players put up a nice careers that retired in 2029. I did not see any pitchers with stats worthy. While doing this process, if you notice I miss someone please let me know. Also, how do I become the HOF administrator? Still looking for a few others of you to chime in on voting or what criteria deams HOF entry.

2029 retirees:
Craig Swanson - RF - KC/CHA - .291-338-1286 195 SB, 2,332 hits; ROY, 5 Gold Gloves, 8 All-Stars, 1 World Series
Jesse Lingard - SS - BAL/PIT - .276-376-1530, 230 SB, 2,810 hits; 2 GG, 12 AS, 2 WS
Gary Pfeffer - 3b - BOS - .278-248-1241, 298 SB, 2,395 hits, 4 GG, 3 AS
Lou Harrington - 1b - BAL .285-316-1254, 278 SB, 1,984 hits, 6 AS, 5 WS
Hal Levis - 3b - AZ/NYN - .281-338-1291, 273 SB, 2,482; 2016 MVP, GG, 2 AS, 2 WS

The 2029 class looks a little weaker than the 2030 class. Please respond with your thoughts and criteria. Maybe Lingard in this group? Swanson with 8 all-stars is worth noting also.

Thanks and I'll keep going until this gains steam from the rest of the league and I can get HOF administrator access.

Jerry
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rootehound
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Re: 2029 retirees worth considering for the HOF

Post by rootehound » Sat Jan 20, 2018 5:28 pm

Lou Harrington
Hal Levis

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